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Title Hierarchy Description Developer Edit link
"word" is capitalized Article
"word" requires an "an" instead of "a" as the indefinite article Article
"word" requires an "a" instead of "an" as the indefinite article Article
"Either" is singular in form followed by "was" instead of "were" in the past Noun

"Either" should be used only to refer to one of two items. "Any" is required when more than two items are involved,

"Either" is singular in form followed by "is" instead of "are" Noun

"Either" should be used only to refer to one of two items. "Any" is required when more than two items are involved,

Join the cardinal number with its suffix Number György Chityil - George
Double Negative - indefinite pronoun + frequency adverb Double Negative

A double negative employs two negatives in the same sentence so that they cancel each other and create a positive. In Shakespeare's day, double negatives were considered emphatic, but today, they are considered grammar mistakes.

Double Negative - frequency adverb + indefinite pronoun Double Negative

A double negative employs two negatives in the same sentence so that they cancel each other and create a positive. In Shakespeare's day, double negatives were considered emphatic, but today, they are considered grammar mistakes.

Double Negative - not un... (adjective) Double Negative

A double negative employs two negatives in the same sentence so that they cancel each other and create a positive. In Shakespeare's day, double negatives were considered emphatic, but today, they are considered grammar mistakes.

Coordinate multiple "if" statements Clause

Repeated if statements can often be combined with coordinated conjunctions such as: "and", "but", and "or".